People often ask us 
"what's with the name?

  Doubles (chickpeas sandwiched between two bread-like slices called barra) is a staple enjoyed by most classes, races, locals and foreigners alike on the Islands of Trinidad and Tobago. "Everything Slight Pepper" is one of the popular ways this street food is ordered - with all the toppings and a dash of pepper. 

 

Doubles (chickpeas sandwiched between two bread-like slices called barra) is a staple enjoyed by most classes, races, locals and foreigners alike on the Islands of Trinidad and Tobago. "Everything Slight Pepper" is one of the popular ways this street food is ordered - with all the toppings and a dash of pepper. 


In choosing a name, we narrowed it down to our core storytelling principles... 
original, relatable, a sprinkling of flair and a conversation starter.
 

Founded in 2010 Everything Slight Pepper operates on a collaborative business model.

Our creative teams vary from project to project; experts who share a common obsession over details and a continuous desire to maintain an edge. Together we push boundaries in creative thought and innovation to effectively craft concepts. Our lean business model allows for one-on-one attention, comprehensive research and sharp focus. The result is the creation of impactful, memorable campaigns that engage audiences and are a credible value proposition. 

ESP is led by design director Jeunanne Alkins and brought to life by an eclectic pool of creatives.

Collaborators

Shelley Ann Scott / The Di'zain Loft
Karel Mc Intosh / Livewired Group
Gary Jordan / Gary Jordan Studios
Peter Lim Choy
Elise Farrell / My Virtual Office
Kriston Chen / Notsirk 
Stephanie Telemaque
Melissa Yung


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Everything Slight Pepper also
produces a retail children's line.
 

"ESPjr" is an original brand of Caribbean-themed eduplay products for children everywhere.

Our mission is to use play-based learning to encourage and engage children as they discover the diverse environment, festivals, culture, sounds and tastes of the Caribbean. ESPjr is committed to fostering the next generation through telling authentic Caribbean stories. 

The first production "Island Babies" is a series of screenprinted tshirts, features characters such as the endangered leatherback turtle, coconut, blue crab and snowcone through childlike eyes. Bold colours, strong graphics, and a confident ‘Caribbeanness’ make this line of clothing for children – from newborns to seven year olds – particularly eye catching. The brand strives to make children conscious of the need to protect our endangered species, and nurture pride in cherishing our culture and environment. Other products in development include an animated tv/web series, books and activity sets.  

Collaborators

Production Manager - Andrea Alkins
Ansar Satar / Trinitoons 
Anke van der Meer
Janine Mendes-Franco / The New Cheeze
Makesi Aquan 
Mary Pow / Minnebites
Omari Hutchinson 
Sayada Ramdial / Sayada Ramdial Illustration 
Vivian Nguyen / Nicktoons